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ELNEC is part of a grant awarded to 3 nurses to Strengthen Nursing Education to Improve Pain Management and End of Life (EOL) Care. What are those three goals?
- To imporve the content regarding pain management and end of life care included in major textbooks used in nursing education.
- To insure the adequacy of content regarding pain management and end of life care as tested by the NCLEX.
- To support key nursing organizations - National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN), National League of Nursing Accrediting Commission(NLNAC), and American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) - In their efforts to promote nursing education and practice in the areas of pain management and EOL care.
What are the teaching Modules for ELNEC? How well do you think you could practice these topics before you begin this class?
-Nursing Care at the end of life
-Pain Management
-Symptom Management
-Culteral considerations of EOL care
-Ethical/Legal Issues
-Grief, Loss, Bereavement
-Preparation and care for the time of death
-Achieving quality of care at the end of life.
What is unique about N242 that is not offered by other Nursing Programs offering EOL instruction
Due to the supportive nature of the TCC Administration, Sue was successful in getting a bereavement counselor to team teach the course.
How many patients are expected to benefit by educating nurses regarding EOL?
Six Million patients and their families will benefit from receiving education from these EOL trained practitioners.
How is the case presented in the Scanlon, “Ethical Concerns in End of Life Care.” Article similar to the case in Florida.